Wasn’t there a Twilight Zone episode where a woman was receiving phone calls in the middle of the night and no one audible was there? Or maybe it was the one where there were messages coming from a man’s gravestone in a dark and windy graveyard?
Maybe you don’t believe in such things, but none the less it’s just those things that can somehow bring closure to grieving family and friends and here’s how this story goes.
Five months after Jack Froese died, his best friend Tim Hart received an email from Froese’s account. It scared him because this email was very quick, to the point, and precise. It referenced an incident that happened shortly before Forese died. An incident where only Tim Hart and Jack Froese were present. The headline on the email simply said “I’m Watching” and the text that followed said, “Did you hear me? I’m at your house. Clean your f***ing attic!!!” It suddenly reminded Tim of the conversation the two of them had in Tim’s attic just before Jack died. Jack had been teasing him about the mess.
I’ve had some pretty odd occurrences myself after someone’s death, honestly, strange beyond belief. So, I’m not really one to judge; but, wouldn’t it be nice to get a short and sweet message like this from someone you have lost and loved along life’s journey.
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